Enquiries are continuing into circumstances surrounding the death of Leicestershire man, Dean Greenwood, whose body was discovered four and a half miles out at sea off the coast of Skegness on Wednesday, August 20.
The focus of the investigation has been to establish Dean’s movements from his arrival in the Ingoldmells area on Tuesday August 12.
Police believe that Dean had entered the beach close to the Bar Rumba Public House on Roman Bank in Ingoldmells at approximately 1am on Wednesday, August 13 2014 and CCTV enquiries have revealed that a number of persons may have been in this area at the time of night.
DS Lee St Quinton, of Skegness CID, said: “We are appealing to anyone who was in the area of the beach between Ingoldmells Point and Vickers Points (The Bell Inn) to the North between half past midnight and 7am that Wednesday. Did you meet Dean or do you recall seeing a single man walking around the beach area? Dean’s mobile phone was found on a bench nearby by a man who later spoke to his family about returning it. We haven’t yet traced this man so would also appeal to him to contact us”.
Anyone with information can contact DS St Quinton by dialling 101 and quoting incident number 218 of Wednesday, August 20.